Cellebrite Advanced Video Analysis (CAVA) - Live Online English **EUROPE UTC +2**

Date: 06 - 10 Jun 2022 Days: Mon-Fri Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (timezone Europe/Copenhagen)
Course type: Live Online
Region: Europe, Middle-East and Africa
Location: Live online
Enroll by: 06 Jun 2022

About this course

Cellebrite Video Recovery and Analysis (CVRA) is a five (5) day intermediate level course designed to introduce investigators, examiners, and analysts to digital video technology and to meet the specific needs of the digital video examiner and analyst. Students will learn proper methods to interrogate digital video evidence devices while receiving guided instruction throughout the process of recovering valuable evidence from video images. CVRA instruction will also focus on specialized investigative techniques for the examination of video to explore issues relating to the use of force, speed estimation and identification. A variety of DVR, body-worn and in-car video sources will be examined in depth, testing data acquisition, file identification, image accuracy, video processing workflows and report writing.

Download course information here: Cellebrite Video Recovery and Analysis

Learning objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to

Identify, given multiple evidence items, the appropriate workflow and use the appropriate tool set to answer quantitative questions and fulfill qualitative requests in a standards-compliant manner within an investigative context

This objective includes three tasks.

Learners will be able to identify the relevant data and appropriate work flow for the processing of a given evidentiary item.

Learners will be able to summarize (verbally and in writing) the relevant standards and best practices of this discipline so that a person without advanced legal and technical knowledge will understand the presented results.

Learners will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the presented facts and ideas by interpreting, exemplifying, classifying, summarizing, inferring, comparing, and explaining their coursework